Travel Tips: My Favorite Hand, Body, and Lip Moisturizers

The one item I most often forget to pack when I travel is body or hand lotion. For one, the travel sizes barely make it through a few days, and second, the thought of spilled lotion on any clothes in my suitcase is kind of a nightmare.   The worst part is, the soap on airplanes, and in hotels is literally the most drying stuff on the planet. Seriously though, WTF is up with that stuff? I recently discovered two products that hydrate and protect skin wonderfully AND they are great for... Read The Rest →

100% Non-Toxic Skincare That Actually Works

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WARNING: What I am about to introduce you to might end up in a new (slightly more expensive then what you may be using now) skincare routine. Sorry? The good news is that it’s 100% natural and non-toxic, provides amazing results, AND it’s on sale this weekend. Tata Harper is offering 15% off through Sunday night 11/27/16. I’ve tried a lot of products, and Tata Harper makes a few that I just keep going back to. Not only do I finish each bottle, but I actually end up going back and repurchasing... Read The Rest →

You Need This Lip Balm

Lip balm, chapstick, lip chap. Whatever you want to call it – I don’t know anyone who hasn’t needed this stuff at some point in their lives. Men, I’m talking to you too! I’ve used different formulas from all over the world, and Aquaphor Lip Repair really is the best I’ve found. I promise you it works.  It really, really works. Most chapsticks are formulated with waxes to “help protect” in wind or sun exposure, but as you know, most of them have the opposite effect. Your lips end up feeling more... Read The Rest →

How I Clean My Makeup Brushes

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I am a serial makeup brush washer when it comes to my brushes in my working kit.  I have a whole process that I won’t get into here because there are a lot of extra steps I take to keep my kit sanitized and clean.  Instead, I want to share how I wash my personal brushes.  There are a few tricks you can take to preserve the life of your brushes, keep them clean, AND ensure they apply makeup correctly.  Here’s a little guide: S T E P  O N... Read The Rest →

How to cleanse your skin

First, let me start off my saying I’m not a doctor. My advice shouldn’t replace your healthcare professional’s, rather use it as a consideration into your routine.  That being said, I truly feel like I am an expert at washing my face…I’ve been doing it for a reeeally long time, AND I’m a little OCD about it. I’ve been through it all – dry skin, oily skin, acne…allergic reactions. No one’s experience is ever the same, but I can empathize. That being said, I think the basics of cleansing your... Read The Rest →

My all-time favorite cleanser

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Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cleanser – effectively removes makeup    – gently cleanses without over-drying skin -great for all skin types: normal, dry, oily, combination, acne-prone Throughout the years, many products have made their rounds through my skin care routine, but the Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cleanser has been a constant.  I’ve tried so many – from $5 drug store brands to $100 organic finds at Bloomingdales, and this one- at just under $20, takes the cake.  It leaves skin feeling clean, refreshed, and balanced, without the squeaky tight feeling. I think... Read The Rest →

FYI 3 Things I’m Loving Lately

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from L to R: Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum //  (Malin + Goetz) Eucalyptus Deodorant // Oribe Soft – Dry Conditioner Spray here’s why: the Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum is one of those products that works so well, your hands won’t recognize the skin on your face after a few uses.  that’s literally the best way i can describe it.  skin looks and feels more hydrated and plump, even though i didn’t think my skin was dry to begin with.  it definitely came a long way!  the best part about Tata products is that... Read The Rest →

 
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